Giants Get First ESPN Sunday Night Game

The country just might get to know this year's team.

By Lori Preuitt
|  Wednesday, Mar 16, 2011  |  Updated 11:45 AM PDT
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Being the World Series Champions has its perks. Case in point, ESPN picked the orange and black as its first Sunday Night Baseball game of the 2011 television baseball season.

On Sunday April 3, the closing game of the Giants Dodgers series in L.A. will be broadcast to the nation.

Giants fans will instantly miss the voices of Joe Morgan and Jon Miller who got the boot from the ESPN booth for 2011.

Miller is still part of the Giants broadcast team and will be seen and heard on Comcast SportsNet and NBC Bay Area throughout the season.

ESPN replaced Morgan and Miller with Karl Ravech, John Kruk, Barry Larkin, Orel Hershiser and Bobby Valentine.

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